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FOX News
Sep 6, 2012 12:00pm PDT
that stacey peterson made saying they had knowledge that drew peterson was involved in the death were admitted into court. under normal circumstance this are not. we are 30 minutes away from finding out the buildup which goes back, now, eight years to the death of savio, in less than 30 minutes, in the neighborhood 25 minutes we will know the verdict. the jury is looking at two murder counts and the difference between the to is whether there was premeditation, whether there was a premeditated murder or whether drew peterson should have none by the fact that he held, allegedly, held her head under water and it was likely she was going to die. those are the two choices. we should know shortly. >>shepard: well be back to you just after the top of the hour for live coverage of the verdict in the drew peterson murder trial. for years, conventional wisdom lab that republicans have more over the democrats on national security. this year the democrats have the edge. we will get do that and the reasons for it from beautiful charlotte, north carolina. great do have you with us this great do have you wit
FOX News
Sep 9, 2012 8:00am PDT
the idea that he would get away with it one more time. >> will the family of stacey peterson get justice after her former husband is found guilty of murder? she's the fourth wife of former illinois police officer drew peterson, who was convicted on thursday of murdering his third wife back in 2004. peterson, charge in the death only after his fourth wife, stacey, vanished in 2007. stacey's family hopes that the conviction will bring justice for them. david scwarts is a prosecutor and nikki siegel is a defense attorney. i will be honest with you, i covered this case. i met drew a number of times. he is a bitave creepy character. but one juror is having trouble, at least, in speaking out today, that the case is purely circumstantial, based on statements that wife number 4 made to her pastor and things wife number 3 who, dried in a dry bathtub, initially ruled an accident, had written down and told family members about her fears. do you think, vickie, that that was enough for a conviction? what could happen from here? >> in the totality of circumstances, generally, this is not the kind of c
CBS
Sep 6, 2012 7:00pm EDT
, stacey peterson vanished in '07. she is presumed dead, although her body was never found. drew peterson is now facing a maximum of 60 years behind bars. >>> an 84-year-old woman beaten, robbed, and then left all alone in her apartment for more than 24 hours. the attack happened here back in february. and today, police in prince george's county say that they've got their man, the 56- year-old rodney william blanton. michelle jackson found the victim alone crying for help on the floor of her apartment. >> i was on my way to work and she was down there screaming, all bruised up everywhere, just sitting there. >> what do you think would have happened to her if you did not hear her? >> that she pay have passed away or something. >> reporter: he originally ran out of the back balcony, with $50 on hand, but he left a drop of blood after the victim bit him on the hand during the struggle. they use dna from that blood to get their man. >>> the crusade that gains nuance nightclubs in prince george's county nightclub tonight. police and city workers locked up the nightclub tonight. but the problem
FOX News
Sep 6, 2012 2:00am PDT
, witnesses described conversations they had with his ex-wife and his fourth wife, stacey peterson. she spoke of threats that peterson made before her death. peterson is charged with killing savio and consider add suspect in the disappearance of stacey peterson. >> first lady is no stranger to late night appearing on david letterman's show, the second in a week. she revealed the top ten reasons to watch the democratic national convention. >> number six. >> as a healthy alternative we are using low-fat. >> number four? >> there will be no kiss camera. >> come on! come on! >> number two? >> joe biden says it will be a big, you know what deal. >> big [bleep] deal. >> the weather has been causing havoc in charlotte, north carolina, so we will find out what is on tap for the rest of the week. janice? >> we do have rain across the plains today, and across the mid-atlantic, charlotte is in the way of, perhaps, showers and storms yet again today. it has been a bad week in terms of nasty weather. that will continue, unfortunately, for the morning, the afternoon, and the skies should clear in the eveni
FOX News
Sep 7, 2012 10:00pm PDT
from his fourth wife, stacey peterson, to convince them that he did it. >> the part where she said that she... woke up in the middle of the night, didn't see him. the part about that drew told her what to say to the media. we thought that was important. >> peterson faces up to 60 years in prison. the ex-cop is also a suspect in stacey peterson's disappearance. two missing toddlers are safe after a day-long boat chase near san francisco. that's the latest word from the coast guard. the children, just two and three years old. police say the father abducted them from their mother's home earlier this week. reskrew cue crews chased them. clint eastwood talking for the first time about his unusual appearance at the republican national convention. >> what do you want me to tell romney? i can't tell him to do that. he can't do that to himself. [laughter] >> the actor saying his conversation with an
CW
Sep 6, 2012 9:00pm CDT
never accidentally drowned in that top and testimony from witnesses, stacey petersons pastor said stacy told him she lied to police about where her husband was denied savio was murdered he prayed with gem over the phone and cried when he heard guilty. >> i got to be a voice. >> drew peterson could get 20-60 years in prison, the state attorney said he will push for the latter argument that peterson is the prime suspect in his fourth wife's disappearance. illinois state police have been working aggressively on spacey peterson's casestacey petersons case. >> a crowd of observers came together at the will county courthouse. and when the verdict was read aloud, the crowd broke into cheers glad that peterson had been found guilty. ... the atmosphere remained rockets for about seven minutes as you are about to hear. even vehicles passing by honked their horns. some of those closest to the case also expressed their feelings. the jury found the retired police officer guilty. >> my thoughts tonight are thank god they got the murderer and i hope they never let him out he can rot there. the savi
FOX
Sep 5, 2012 5:00am PDT
. the former police sergeant became a suspect in her death only after his 4th wife stacey peterson disappeared in 2007. peterson has pleaded not guilty, if convicted he faces up to 60 years in prison. >> time now 5:12. another high-powered speaker takes a big stage tonight at the dnc. it is former president bill clinton on stage tonight. he is following last night's dynamic speech by first lady michelle obama. our reporter sandra endo is live there where the democrats are preparing themselves for tomorrow's speech from president obama. >> reporter: that's right, good morning, dave. voters here feasted on a buffet of democratic themes last night, but in the end it was the lady who knows the president the best who said this election is personal. democrats kicked off their convention in charlotte last night and focused their day one messages highlighting president obama's accomplishments. >> with 29 months in a row of private sector job growth, president obama is moving america forward, not back. >> he said he would end the war in iraq, and he has. [ cheers ] >> many were critical of mitt romney,
FOX News
Sep 8, 2012 10:00pm PDT
the police how drew had killed kathy peterson. >> a blundering attempt to portray stacey peterson's greed drews attorneys allowed the testimony. the ploy backfired. >> the defense attorney tried to exploit that and tried to destroy the character of stacy peterson the fact that she was trying to take advantage of her knowledge and get more money out of drew. how do you feel about that? >> i think it kind of turned around to buy the them in the butt really. even more that even they believed that stacy knew that drew killed my aunt. >> geraldo: craig, let's put aside the whole thing with the divorce lawyer harry smith is his name. i think judge jeanine handled that one well. we started on this case at the very beginning and watched it develop. how big a role did the shod did initial investigation. how much of that was related to the fact that drew peterson was a cop and connected in that community? >> i think the family firmly believes that it was because drew peterson was a cop. not just a cop but the in your face former police sergeant of the bolingbrook p.d. he used the fact that he was a
FOX News
Sep 9, 2012 12:00am EDT
with regards to stacey peterson. we will go back and review that not just because the reporter said so. when you don't have a body, judge, you know it can be defendant. and stacy has been missing for five years and in this electronic we live in it is almost impossible for five years to not have any contact. >> judge jeanine: is there a time period in the state of illinois after which it can be presumed that someone is dead? seven years in some states? >> again, for the criminal case that would be not. >> judge jeanine: that is not necessary. >> but that wouldn't necessarily be binding on any one. and we have to convince the jury beyond a reasonable doubt that she is dead, okay. >> judge jeanine: of course. >> and that he killed her. >> judge jeanine: november 26 the sentence. he can get anywhere from 20 to 60 years. what will you ask for? >> i'm going to ask for 60 years without hesitation. he was a police officer and use ad his badge to commit this crime. if you think about it, the next night when alleges that he was knocking on the door trying to return the kids he is in uniform and concea
MSNBC
Sep 7, 2012 8:00am PDT
kathleen savio and stacey peterson sides. >>> the school year has just begun but this date of birth last day of class for thousands of kids and students in chicago. teachers there are threatening to strike amid contract talks and if that happens they won't be at work on monday. nbc's kevin tibbles joins me from chicago. where do things stand, kevin? >> reporter: it's an upsetting time for some 400,000 students here in chicago the third largest school district in the nation. where do things stand? i can report to you with some encouragement that both sides are saying today that some meaningful progress has been made in the talks but, again, it is friday. it's coming down-to-the-wire. and many of the students have been told that they are not showing up at cool on monday. that's obviously going to be a great concern to many parents, many working parents in the chicago area. there have been some contingency plans put in place. some 160 schools will be open on a drop in basis where kids will be served breakfast and lunch and given activities to do. but obviously that will not accommodate ever
FOX Business
Sep 5, 2012 1:00pm EDT
his fourth wife, stacey peterson, disappeared in 2007. and smart phone orders, apparently you guys were worried about your privacy because according to new p research studies more than half of moble application users decided not to download an application after the red how much personal permission it would have to share first. 30 percent of those surveyed said they had removed and after discovering a much information connected. big brother is watching us everywhere. those are your news headlines and the fox business network. now back to melissa and lori. lori: it's inevitable. thank you. we will fall to technology up and morgan stanley ceo plan to become, it -- largest, successful brokerage business in the world? who else but charlie gasparino has all the details of the story >> reporter: becoming a very acute problem inside morgan stanley. there is a problem with technology. brokers are threatening. they have not left yet, but they're threatening on mass to leave the firm. here is what we know. they appeared the technology to. this is the brokerage system. your mr. or mrs. jones a
FOX
Sep 5, 2012 6:00am EDT
:10 loppz says: "everybody in america wants drew peterson convicted because of stacey." stacey."and a verdict could come today... in the drew peterson murder trial.how much jail time he faces... if convicted.you're watching fox 45 morning news.. all local.. all morning. 3 çia÷ 3 3 3 3 coming up... the trial begins ttday... in the case of michael jackson's estate.the copyright issue... that's being fought out in court. and these ducks will need to &pdo morr than just look both ways... before crossing a busy highway.we'll show you how they managed to dodge ttaffic... and make it to the other side ácompletely unharmed.áyou're waaching fox 45 orning news.. all 3 local.. aal 3 new this morning... a finnl farewell will be held next week for neil armssrong... the firss man to set foot on the moon.on september 3tt... a memorial service will take place at the national cathedral... with a very available to the public.the 10 a-mmservice will also be broadcast live on nasa t-v... and streamed on its website. armsttong diid last month at the age of 82. jury deliberations begin today..
CNN
Sep 7, 2012 6:00am PDT
wife, kathleen savio, in 2004 after his fourth wife, stacey peterson, went missing. mily members had an emotional reaction to the verdict. >> i'll never have my sister again. i still have to see her in the cemetery. but at least she got her justice. >> peterson's attorneys have vowed to continue fighting on his behalf. >>> at least some of the oil and tar balls found on coastlines after hurricane isaac was from the 2010 bp oil spill. that's according to preliminary tests by state officials. bp plans to test the samples too, saying there's a lot of oil out there that may not be ours. >>> texas will soon open a new highway with the highest speed limit in the country. 85 miles per hour. this is a 41-mile stretch that connects austin to san antonio. critics say higher speed limits mean more deadly crashers, but supporters love the fact that they will be able to drive way faster than 55. >>> and in sports, tennis player novak djokovic will play david ferrer in the u.s. open semifinals tomorrow in new york. djokovic is ranked number two in the world. the winner will advance to the finals o
MSNBC
Sep 7, 2012 7:00am PDT
peterson killed stacey because she could implicate him in savio's death. >>> no more antics in vegas for prince harry. he's been deployed to afghanistan. he flew into the country "early today" for a four month tour as a helicopter pilot and gunner in hellmund province. >>> cities are spring to stop the spread of the west nile virus. cdc announced this year is the worst for infections and death. tonight authorities will spray in brine and queens, new york. >>> rally i'm on wall street. stock market reached levels not seen in five years. what's been fueling this to this point? >> we had a good rally yesterday on the ecb bonds buying program. but today we're kind of a little change because it's a way up between the weak jobs report and the hope that that might be bad enough to spur the federal reserve to launch another round of economic stimulus as early as next week. it comes a day after the s&p closed at its highest levels since may of 2008 which was before the close of lehman brothers. >> amazon trading at an all time high. announcement about kindle. >> unveiled four new models, mode
CW
Sep 5, 2012 12:00pm CDT
of the phone records between drew peterson and his fourth wife stacey ... they wanted more information on the testimony of the divorce lawyer ... the judge denied that particular request and then he received another note ... the transcript on the discussion about the police report where it was reported drew peterson threaten the life of his third wife ... >>it doesn't take a brain surgeon to figure out who did this >>the sister kathleen savio is certain that drew peterson is guilty but it's up to the jury to decide ... he was to march with two counts of first-degree murder in the what death of his third wife of kathleen savio ... the case got reopened in 2007 after the fourth wife stacy peterson disappeared new autopsies' after the body was exhumed determined that she had been indeed murdered ... prosecutors presented a mountain of circumstantial and forensic evidence ... and hearsay evidence that implicated him in the death of his third wife ... only the findings from two separate pathologists were submitted by the defense claiming that the case of death was an accident ... this mo
CBS
Sep 5, 2012 1:35am EDT
deliberating drew peterson's fate. he is the former chicago area police sergeant accused of murdering his third wife. her body was found in a bathtub in 2004. peterson wasn't charged until after his fourth wife stacey disappeared in 2007. she is still missing. prosecutors say he killed savio because he feared a pending divorce settlement will wipe him out. >>> you have to hear a story out of massachusetts. taxpayers will foot the bill for a prison inmate to get a sex change. michelle kosalak was born a man but now is a woman in an all man prison. he is serving a sentence for the murder of his wife. surgery is the only way to treat him. a sex change can cost up to $20,000. >>> well, the big story tonight is the democratic national convention going on right now in charlotte, north carolina. and joining us now live from charlotte, brian moran, the current chair of the democratic party of virginia and a former candidate. >> it's great to be with you this morning. i'm glad all of you viewers are staying up and having watch michelle obama's speech. i'm sure they're all fired up. >> i'm glad you broug
CNN
Sep 7, 2012 5:00pm PDT
. >> lawyers for drew peterson may appeal his murder conviction. he was found guilty yesterday of killing his third wife kathleen savio. two witnesses testified his fourth wife stacey who disappeared five years ago told them peterson killed savio. >>> a philadelphia man has been charged with calling in a false threat that a passenger aboard a us airways flight had a bomb. apparently the caller was trying to get back at the passenger over a facebook posting. >>> wall street closed out the trading week in the black. the dow, nasdaq and s&p 500 all finished higher today and all three rose for the week as a whole. >>> a mother in china has come up with a novel way to tell her quadruplets apart. she shaved their hair giving each a number from 1 to 4 on the tops of their heads. her mom says the 6-year-old boys are identical and their teachers feared they would not be able to tell the boys apart in school. >> i'm sure that will make them very popular in school. i'm sure they're not going to get mocked. >>> what is it about bad weather that makes people get naked and show up on t
CNN
Sep 8, 2012 1:00am PDT
savio. two witnesses testified his fourth wife stacey who disappeared five years ago told them peterson killed savio. >>> a philadelphia man has been charged with calling in a false threat that a passenger aboard a us airways flight had a bomb. apparently the caller was trying to get back at the passenger over a facebook posting. >>> wall street closed out the trading week in the black. the dow, nasdaq and s&p 500 all finished higher today and all three rose for the week as a whole. >>> a mother in china has come up with a novel way to tell her quadruplets apart. she shaved their hair, giving each a number from 1 to 4 on the tops of their heads. her mom says the 6-year-old boys are identical and their teachers feared they would not be able to tell the boys apart in school. >> i'm sure that will make them very popular in school. i'm sure they're not going to get mocked. >>> what is it about bad weather that makes people get naked and show up on the news? the riduculist is next. ordinary rubs don't always work on my arthritis. try capzasin-hp. it penetrates deep to block pain signals for
KRON
Sep 7, 2012 6:00am PDT
peterson a chicago jury--with the depth of h wife he was found guilty for the death of his wife. peterson.. it was initially thought that her death was accidental but thomas stacey went missing in the year 20 07. jury selection for the federal corruption piece of kilpatrick he is accused of setting up a criminal enterprise of killing. prosecutors.... saying that his job was abused with rigging city contractors in city jobs and robbing the city of millions. >> we are showing you that the the pitcher was hit directly in the head with a line pitcher but he seems to be falling. let me show you. he walked off the field he seems to be--fine after a two-hour surgery. the 88 a's. pitcher had a skull fracture and after another ct scan improvements. as mccarthy is currently resting he is in critical care but is expected to make a full recovery >> the season in football just getting under way. and advertisements for the super bowl almost all sold out. 90 percent sold. a 32nd slot is a record 3.7-3.8 million. that is perhaps nearly $125,000 per second. they could make $25 million in revenue. >> 6:52
FOX News
Sep 7, 2012 8:00am PDT
savio. the state's attorney says peterson could face new charges in the disappearance of his fourth wife stacey. steve brown is live in chicago. how did we go from a jury that seemed deadlocked to a conviction in the space of less than two hours. >> reporter: it was bizarre out there at the courthouse for two hours. 2:00 local time the jury submitted its, what would turn out to be its final question of the judge, asking for definition of the word, unanimous because jury verdicts need to be unanimous. apparently at the crux of the, at the, what might have been a singular holdout in that jury were those statements, those hearsay statements by stacy peterson which he essentially said she knew drew killed kathleen savio. >> i just had questions about hearsay evidence, some circumstantial evidence that was very compelling. i, and then the, other hearsay evidence. a lot of mixed emotions. the decision i think i can live with to be honest. >> reporter: and you mentioned an appeal. the defense team said there would be an appeal filed immediately and they're going to go after those hearsay statem
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